It’s great to be independent in business. All decisions are mine and I don’t have to answer to anyone. As a writer, I can write whatever I want and as an entrepreneur, I can cater to whoever I want. But that doesn’t mean I’m alone in this. As women, we sometimes feel we have to be Superwoman in our businesses.
Never limit yourself to what you think you can’t do or what others tell you not to do. Let your ideas spread across the world, positively enrapturing those that don’t get the chance to see the reality of words told with love.
When writing you MUST use that imagination. Whether writing as a business or writing to enhance your business, a healthy imagination is one of the keys to success. As a girl, people would say I had an “overactive imagination” when they read my writing or heard story ideas. These two simple words discouraged me and the fear of my vast
The past always has a way of being the ultimate nuisance for a writer. For many, many years the past and I had a horrid relationship. I blamed it for every problem I had especially the issues with my career. I spent so much time trying to suppress my past, not realizing it would be the very thing that propelled
If I said it before, I’ll say it again – Writing is Hard. I don’t say this to scare you. Writing is a passion I’ve always wanted to pursue. But for years all I was doing WAS pursuing it. I wasn’t treating it like it was my passion. I treated writing as just something to say when people asked what
Whether you’re working on a novel or creating copy for your business, having the ability to write is essential. However, writing may seem difficult, but you must keep going. Early on in my career, I would be ready to give up all the time. Whether I was writing a story or copy for my website, I would allow myself to
As a writer/entrepreneur, you should always try your best to stand out from the crowd. The best way to do this is to build your legacy on your stories. From why you started to what inspires you each day and everything in between. Telling your stories keeps your audience engaged with you in a way that connects them to every
Everything takes time. You can’t rush GREATNESS. However, you can work consistently on your Queendom by building it on a foundation of hard work, integrity, and passion for what she does. Time is your friend, not your enemy, Queen.
If your primary concern is fame, fortune, and notoriety with your business/writing, that’s your prerogative. I don’t judge. However, if this is your desire, I can’t work with you nor do I want to. My soulmate client is serious about their passions. They are preoccupied with the changes their words can make. They look to impress no one but themselves.
You’d be surprised how many things can actually still be holding you back from the writing career you want or building the business you want. If you are struggling to write that book or can’t quite get your business off the ground, it could be your past is trying to sabotage your future. Is this you? If so, I can